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Exhibitions and Press:
Nature inspired jewellery and botanical prints


Spring Solo Exhibition, Ironbridge Fine Arts- Gunning Shropshire, England March 1st to May 26th

Kindred Exhibition, Stamford Arts Centre, April 2023

Article on the Kindred Exhibition Rutland Pride Magazine, April 2023

Article on the Kindred Exhibition Stamford Pride Magazine, April 2023


Visual Artists AssociationAn Interview with Su France: On Immersing Yourself in Inspiration, and Enjoying Your Work, April 2023

Article In Lincolnshire Life Magazine- Digital copy (available to purchase here) November 2023

'Up The Garden Path' -an exhibition created by 7 British printmakers,  Mrs Jones Gallery, Shrewsbury , November 2023


Collected, Captured, Cast​, National Trust Gunby Hall

a wide path leads to some ornate gates behind which is a large Georgian hall, gunby Hall set at an angle. There are trees at the side of the entrance.

Exhibiting at Gunby Hall, National Trust Property

My  sustainable art, including botanical jewellery, digital print work and sculptures were on show at the National Trust property, Gunby Hall in Lincolnshire, as part of the 'Collected, Captured, Cast' exhibition, in 2019

Over months, and through the seasons, I visited the stunning gardens, collecting plant elements, capturing the world around the grounds and then casting some tiny treasures from Gunby itself and my own Lincolnshire landscape.

an old red brick foundary building with a white flag in front of it showing ironbridge fine arts. A white car is parked in the car park.

Exhibiting at Ironbridge Fine Arts, Shropshire

I was approached by Ironbridge Fine Arts to have my prints featured in their Spring Fine Art Exhibition, as a solo artist. This is my first solo print exhibition and I was able to show a range of techniques, linked to botanical and natural forms. Find out more here.

a sign showing stamford arts centre hangs from a stone wall

Exhibiting at Stamford Arts Centre, Lincolnshire

Drawn together by a shared perspective on the creative process, I was part of a group of 9 exciting artists from Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Leicestershire and Rutland who brought art work to Stamford Arts Centre, in a sparkling springtime exhibition.

Exploring evocative themes of nature, landscapes, botanica, surface pattern and abstraction through painting, mixed media, drawing and printmaking, each artist’s distinctive voice complimented the others and combined to form a compelling show.

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